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Shallots have a milder taste and odor than onions, so shallots are more commonly eaten raw. However, when cooked, shallots can lose their flavor quickly, and so onions are preferable in cooked food like stir fries. Space shallots appx. 4-6 inches apart with the rows 18 inches apart. Plant the bulb root side down, the top of the bulb 1 inch below the surface. Planting too deep grows elongated bulbs that don’t store well.  How to Plant, Grow, and Harvest Organic Shallots »

Onions have small, inefficient root system and need moist soil. Keep them constantly well watered. But when the plants approach maturity their bulbs stop enlarging and begin to form skins. When this happens, withhold further irrigation and hope it does not rain much. Ideally, the bulbs will mature in very dry soil. This helps the skins to cure and makes your bulbs keep better. How to Plant, Grow, and Harvest Organic Bulb Onions »

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  • Onion (Sets) - Ebenezer, White Onion (Sets) - Ebenezer, White Open in new tab NOW only $0.99

    Onion (Sets) - Ebenezer, White

    Quick Overview Medium sized, flat, onion with thin, unnoticeable translucent white skin with less waste when prepared. Fine, grained flesh, popular for pickling. Excellent keeper. How to Plant Bulb OnionsOnion bulbs are quite hardy and can withstand 20° F frost. They should be set out 4-6 weeks prior to the last expected frost. When your plants arrive they should appear to be quite dry. DO NOT WET THEM NOR STICK THEIR ROOTS IN WATER. Unpack them and store them in a cool, dry place until it is time to plant. They should last about 3 weeks kept this way. Do not worry that your plants seem dry. They will "shoot" new roots and new, green tops as soon as they are planted. Be sure to specify on your order when you want your plants to arrive.


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    Onion (Sets) - Rock, Yellow

    Quick OverviewBronze yellow skin, mild, and sweet. Plant them close together if you want fast growing scallions.How to Plant Bulb OnionsOnion bulbs are quite hardy and can withstand 20° F frost. They should be set out 4-6 weeks prior to the last expected frost. When your plants arrive they should appear to be quite dry. DO NOT WET THEM NOR STICK THEIR ROOTS IN WATER. Unpack them and store them in a cool, dry place until it is time to plant. They should last about 3 weeks kept this way. Do not worry that your plants seem dry. They will "shoot" new roots and new, green tops as soon as they are planted. Be sure to specify on your order when you want your plants to arrive.


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    Onion (Sets) - Wethersfield, Red

    Quick OverviewLarge globe with very thin, reddish-purple colored skin. The white flesh is very firm and tinged with pink or purple highlights. Fine strong flavor, vigorous.How to Plant Bulb OnionsOnion bulbs are quite hardy and can withstand 20° F frost. They should be set out 4-6 weeks prior to the last expected frost. When your plants arrive they should appear to be quite dry. DO NOT WET THEM NOR STICK THEIR ROOTS IN WATER. Unpack them and store them in a cool, dry place until it is time to plant. They should last about 3 weeks kept this way. Do not worry that your plants seem dry. They will "shoot" new roots and new, green tops as soon as they are planted. Be sure to specify on your order when you want your plants to arrive.


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    Onion (Transplants) - Grano, White (Short Day)

    Quick Overview A beautiful white heirloom short day onion. It has a mild and crisp flavor,great to liven up any dish! This also is a favorite canning and matures in approx. 110 days. • Short Day • Organic • Heirloom • Crisp, mild flavor How to Plant Bulb OnionsOnion bulbs are quite hardy and can withstand 20° F frost. They should be set out 4-6 weeks prior to the last expected frost. When your plants arrive they should appear to be quite dry. DO NOT WET THEM NOR STICK THEIR ROOTS IN WATER. Unpack them and store them in a cool, dry place until it is time to plant. They should last about 3 weeks kept this way. Do not worry that your plants seem dry. They will "shoot" new roots and new, green tops as soon as they are planted.


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    Onion (Transplants) - Rock, Red (Intermediate Day)

    Quick Overview Red rock is a beautiful red heirloom intermediate day onion. It has a consistent red color throughout, with a medium-to-large bulb size that is slightly flat on top. • Intermediate Day • Organic • Heirloom • Crisp, mild flavor How to Plant Bulb OnionsOnion bulbs are quite hardy and can withstand 20° F frost. They should be set out 4-6 weeks prior to the last expected frost. When your plants arrive they should appear to be quite dry. DO NOT WET THEM NOR STICK THEIR ROOTS IN WATER. Unpack them and store them in a cool, dry place until it is time to plant. They should last about 3 weeks kept this way. Do not worry that your plants seem dry. They will "shoot" new roots and new, green tops as soon as they are planted.


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    Onion (Transplants) - Sweet, Yellow (Long Day)

    Quick Overview An extremely long storing yellow onion. Larger size than most, better uniformity, and higher yield potential. Medium-large, blocky bulbs with dark yellow skin and thin necks that dry quickly. • Organic • Long day • Keeps well when stored • Declisious flavor and beautiful color How to Plant Bulb OnionsOnion bulbs are quite hardy and can withstand 20° F frost. They should be set out 4-6 weeks prior to the last expected frost. When your plants arrive they should appear to be quite dry. DO NOT WET THEM NOR STICK THEIR ROOTS IN WATER. Unpack them and store them in a cool, dry place until it is time to plant. They should last about 3 weeks kept this way. Do not worry that your plants seem dry. They will "shoot" new roots and new, green tops as soon as they are planted.


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    Shallot (sets) - Dutch Yellow

    Quick Overview: Easy to grow Best time to plant is in the Fall (Sept. - Nov.) Excellent keeper Creamy yellow flesh High yielding Variety Details:Durable copper skin and creamy yellow flesh. Uniform in size and excellent keeper. Tender and spicy, with a pungent raw flavor that mellows and sweetens but still retains character when cooked. High yielding. Contains potassium and vitamins A, B-6 and C How to Plant: Plant the pointy side of the shallot facing up with no more than 1/4" of soil covering the shallot. Make sure your have 7-8 inches of soil to allow the roots to grow freely. Note: Each shallot can typically yield about 5-10 shallots per harvest. 


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    Shallot (sets) - Holland Red

    Quick Overview: Copper Red Best time to plant is in the Fall (Sept. - Nov.) Easy to grow Rare heirloom variety - hard to find Stores very well Excellent flavor More Details:A coppery red outer skin peels easily to reveal a reddish-purple flesh. Excellent flavor, great in sauces. This one can produce tenfold!! Contains potassium and vitamins A, B-6 and C How to Plant: Plant the pointy side of the shallot facing up with no more than 1/4" of soil covering the shallot. Make sure your have 7-8 inches of soil to allow the roots to grow freely.  Space each bulb 10" - 12" apart from each other. Note: Each shallot can typically yield about 5-10 shallots per harvest. 


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